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NIST-PAPs: Develop Common Scheduling Mechanism for Energy Transactions (Aug. 4)
Author:
NIST
Year:
2009
Abstract:

The coordination of supply and demand is already of critical importance on the grid; tomorrow, with the increase of distributed energy resources, this coordination becomes more critical. The coordination must involve more than electromechanical coordination; it also involves enterprise activities, home operations and family schedules, and market operations. A common specification, developed for other domains as well as in smart grid, would better support interactions with those other domains and get broader adoption.

Document Type:
Report
Source:
NIST